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How to add Crystal Report 9.0 files to VB6

How to add Crystal Report 9.0 files to VB6

How to add Crystal Report 9.0 files to VB6

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Hi!
I have just installed Crystal report 9.0 on my pc.
i get project coding from my friend which is a VB project with usage of crystal report. In the directory, there are *.DSR,*.DCA & *.RSX files ..but when i add the *.DSR file into my vb project...Error "Cannot load *.DSR "...
I also add all the crystal report components which stated in the VB6 -->project-->component..
but it happens tat , there is no "Crystal report control" in the selection of component...it just have the one called "Crystal report viewer control"...
how to solve it arr? this is urgent..=(
Thnx in advance!!
 

RE: How to add Crystal Report 9.0 files to VB6

Go forum 222 instead - Vb 5 & 6

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